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Map editor for The Dark Mod

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DarkRadiant
===========

DarkRadiant is a level (map) editor for the The Dark Mod, an open-source Doom 3
modification which is available at http://www.thedarkmod.com

Compiling on Windows
====================

Prerequisites
-------------

DarkRadiant is built on Windows using Microsoft Visual C++ 2010. The free
Express version can be obtained here:

http://www.microsoft.com/visualstudio/en-us/products/2010-editions/visual-cpp-express

Since DarkRadiant uses a lot of open-source libraries that are not available on
Windows by default, you will also need to download and install the
dependencies. 7-Zip packages of the dependencies are available at the following
URL(s):

32-bit only builds:
https://github.com/downloads/orbweaver/DarkRadiant/w32deps.7z

64-bit builds:
https://github.com/downloads/orbweaver/DarkRadiant/w32deps.7z
https://github.com/downloads/orbweaver/DarkRadiant/w64deps.7z

Note that 64-bit builds need the 32-bit dependencies in addition to their own
64-bit dependencies.

The dependencies packages need to be extracted into the main DarkRadiant
source directory, i.e. alongside the include/ and radiant/ directories.

Build
-----

The main Visual C++ solution file is:

tools/msvc2010/DarkRadiant.sln

Open this file with Visual C++ 2010 and start a build by right-clicking on the
top-level "Solution 'DarkRadiant'" item and choosing Build Solution.

Compiling on Linux
==================

Prerequisites
-------------

To compile DarkRadiant, a number of libraries (with development headers) are
required. On an Ubuntu system, the requirements correspond to the following
packages:

libgtkmm-2.4-dev
libgtkglextmm-x11-1.2-dev
libxml2-dev
libglew-dev
libboost-regex-dev
libboost-filesystem-dev
libboost-serialization-dev
libboost-python-dev
python-dev
libvorbis-dev
libopenal-dev
libalut-dev
libjpeg-dev
libgtksourceviewmm-2.0-dev

This does not include core development tools such as g++.

Build
-----

To build DarkRadiant the standard Autotools build process is used:

$ ./configure
$ make
$ sudo make install

The available configure options are listed with "./configure --help". There are
options for debug builds, and enabling or disabling various optional components
such as audio support and the Dark Mod-specific plugins.

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